DON'T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT
This script is fantastic. A perfect springboard for a talented cast to take flight from.
THE EVENING CHRONICLE ON 'SLEEPING BEAUTY'
'BIG Dick Whittington' is brilliant. A vulgar, vigorous, tour-de-force. Superb script from Tom Whalley.
SIMON DUKE - 'WHAT'S ON'
This script was by far the best that we have found and had us laughing out loud from start to finish.
UGBOROUGH DRAMATIC SOCIETY ON 'ALADDIN'
Tom's scripts have traditional roots with a modern twist and are hilarious.
Our group have performed six of his titles and received super audience feedback.
DRYBURN THEATRICAL WORKSHOP
The fabulous script from Tom Whalley offers up a bevvy of laugh out loud moments.
THE EVENING CHRONICLE ON 'JACK OFF THE BEANSTALK'
VINTAGE PANTOMIMETHE REVIEWS HUB
Tom Whalley's script was the perfect springboard for a cast that brought comedy and chaos.
THE EVENING CHRONICLE
A witty script which was family friendly and parent pleasing in equal measure.
THE EVENING CHRONICLE ON 'JACK AND THE BEANSTALK'
Everything that panto should be - off the cuff, hilarious and packed full of punchlines.
WHAT'S ON GUIDE
Brilliant scripts packed with quality pantomime gags.
FAST-PACED, GAG-PACKED, LIVELY SCRIPTS
The show is the nearest I’ve watched to the perfect pantomime and I find it impossible to fault.
A script full of wonderful characters, stories, rhymes and humour.
LASTNIGHTIDREAMTOF.CO.UK ON 'ROBINSON CRUSOE & THE PIRATES'
Very well written, exciting, new and fresh...
totally different to some of the scripts we have read.
CREATIVE STAGE PRODUCTIONS
Tom Whalley is to be congratulated for a well written script, upholding the values of a traditional pantomime,
giving it innovative twists while still keeping it fresh.
THE SHIELDS GAZETTE
WOULDN'T WORK WITH ANYONE ELSE
WHEN IT COMES TO WRITING
Tom Whalley's script is excellent, full of humour aimed at all sections of the audience,
including some real filth that flies straight over the heads of the kids but has the adults in stitches. Brilliant!
BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE ON 'JACK AND THE BEANSTALK'